ISO and OHSAS Certified Management Systems
ISO and OHSAS Management Systems
Organizations may obtain ISO or OHSAS certification demonstrating that their EHS management systems meet third-party standards.
Important provisions of ISO and OHSAS management systems
ISO and OHSAS do not set specific EHS performance criteria as a requirement for certification.
Instead, the management systems create a culture in which organizations set their own standards, monitor their EHS performance, and then improve their performance after reviewing and evaluating their performance.
Why implement an ISO or OHSAS management system?
- Reduce costs
- Increase EHS performance
- Mitigate the potential for environmental, health and safety incidents
- Boost your corporate image
Because ISO- or OHSAS- certified management systems are generally verified by third-parties, customers, regulators, and the public can be assured that you value your environmental and occupational health and safety responsibilities.
ISO- and OHSAS- certified management systems are also important because the EHS regulatory landscape is frequently changing. By deploying a management system, you can systematically track regulatory development and ensure that your organization stays on top of regulatory changes and avoids penalties, negative publicity, litigation, and lost productivity.
Importance of implementing a regulatory watch on ISO and OHSAS standards
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